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Where NBA Superstars Could Be Playing in 2014-15

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Where NBA Superstars Could Be Playing in 2014-15
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The culture within the NBA has changed dramatically in recent years. If a superstar player is unhappy with a situation and desires to take his talents elsewhere, he holds all of the leverage within the organization. As a result, more “superteams” may continue to form moving forward, as superstars change locations.

We’ve seen this happen before with Chris Paul, Dwight Howard, Chris Bosh and LeBron James. Some players leave via free agency, choosing the destination of their choice. Others alert management that they have no interest in returning, forcing the front office to scramble and get as much in return for their star via trade.

By the 2014-15 season, the makeup of the NBA could be vastly different than it is this year. Two seasons from now, plenty of superstars could switch locker rooms via free agency or trade.

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